Flying from Russia to Thailand, the aircraft Nordwind forced villages in Delhi
Moscow. 4 Feb. INTERFAX.RU — Boeing 777-200 Nordwind airlines (N4 flight 2477), departed on Saturday night from Moscow to the island of Phuket in Thailand made an emergency landing in new Delhi, according to the Association of tour operators of Russia (ATOR) on Sunday.
The report notes that tourists awaiting the arrival of backup boards, which will fly to Delhi from Moscow, and then will bring tourists to Thailand.
“While boarding the plane in Delhi it was found that to solve a technical problem by the staff of airports impossible. Tourists will receive two backup aircraft — the Boeing 737 and the A321”, — informs ATOR.
Currently, these aircraft Nordwind airlines prepares for departure from the Moscow airport “Sheremetyevo”. The time of departure, as noted in the message depends on getting slots at the Delhi airport and weather conditions in Sheremetyevo, which is now complicated by a Blizzard with sleet.
ATOR reports that due to visa formalities, the passengers can not leave the plane in Delhi, their wait lasts more than nine hours.
“The airline is conducting intensive negotiations with the local authorities to be able to bring passengers aboard and accommodate the tourists in the hotels in anticipation of the arrival of reserve sides, said ATOR, the General Director of tour operator PEGAS Touristik Anna Podgornaya. Now the passengers on Board the aircraft, provided with drinks and hot food”.